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How do you 

drink Xoma?

Here are a few recommended cocktails created by some of the most influential bartenders in Philadelphia.



Xoma can be enjoyed in various forms. The farmers like Xoma neat, Iacopo adds ice, and Anthony adds a splash of lemon.

Everyone swears by their method of drinking so although we won't tell you how to drink it, we curated some great mixed drink recipes for your enjoyment.

Pichardo's Finest

The most simple and pure way to drink Xoma. Neat.

The Xoma co-op leader, Martin Pichardo introduces all guests to Xoma in this way, as he believes there is no other way to drink it. Take in the floral aromas, sip the agave nectar, and savor all the complex yet delicate flavors as it goes down smoothly.


Xoma en las Rocas

Xoma on the rocks.


Did you know that before the expression "there is no one way to skin a cat," there was the expression "there is no one way to drink Xoma." Let's be honest there is no one way to drink Xoma. Some say the ice brings out some more citrusy undertones and makes the flavor last longer. Add some ice and get your Xoma sip on!


Xoma Limon

Squeeze in a splash of lemon, lime, or any citrus​ you fancy. The extra citrus twist gives a refreshing burst, making Xoma limón your new go-to lemonade. 

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Want to mix it up a bit?

The Xoma Mixologist Team came up with some fantastic options for you to best enjoy Xoma. We hope to have a mixed drink for every palate—tag us in your @drinkxoma creation, and we may include it on the list!


What's more refreshing than cucumer, pepina? Xoma with cucumber water and lime, or what we refer to as summer in a glass. 


Xoma Negroni

A Mexitalian remix.

  • One part Campari

  • One part sweet vermouth

  • One part Xoma

  • Garnish with an orange peel 


Zacatlan Burro

The Xoma Mule.

  • Start with 4 ounces Ginger beer

  • Add 1½ ounces Xoma and ½ ounce lime juice

  • Garnish with a lime wedge


Bonus points if you drink from a clay cup like a jicarita.




  • Muddle 5 mint leaves with 2 teaspoons sugar and 1 oz of lime juice

  • Add to 1½ ounces Xoma and top with soda water

  • Pour over rocks and garnish with a sprig of mint

  • Best enjoyed with a straw




Imagine all the freshness of a grapefruit with limited bitterness, this Paxoma is a highball cocktail that's as easy to make as it is to drink.

  • Simple Paxoma:

    • Three parts grapefruit, one part Xoma, garnish with lime wedge

  • Fancy Paxoma:

    • Start with 2 ounces Xoma

    • 2 ounces fresh grapefruit juice (save the wedges for garnish!)

    • 2 ounces sparkling water

    • ½ ounce lime juice

    • ¼ ounce agave or simple syrup, or to taste

    • Coarse sea salt, for the rim of the glasses



Named for the great Iacopo Santini, a classic drink for a classic man. ​

  • 2 ounces Xoma

  • 1 ounce Blanc Vermouth

  • ½ ounce dry curacao

  • 3 dashes orange bitters

  • garnish with an orange peel


Xoma Soda

Whether it's lemon or lime, grapefruit or a slice of orange, keep it simple with Xoma, a splash of club soda, and fruit garnish.

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